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Racial injustice has been sustained by narratives of fear & anger, argues #BryanStevenson. "To fight against those narratives we need other narratives." Educate yourself on injustice & the systematic criminalization of blackness through these Peabody winning & nominated programs.
@Ava DuVernay's primer on the criminalization of African Americans, "@13thfilm," traces the story from racial slavery to convict leasing systems, from #JimCrow terror to mass incarceration as a way to exercise social control of black populations.…

The "74 Seconds" podcast series from @MPRnews details how police pulled over #PhilandoCastile for a broken taillight and 74 seconds later he was dead from seven shots into Castile's car.…

@CarolMarin and her team at @nbcchicago alerted viewers to inconsistencies and disturbing questions about the Laquan McDonald case, making sure his death from 16 gunshots by police was fully examined.…
"Time: The #KaliefBrowder Story" tragically highlights poor defendants, often black and brown, wrongfully jailed because they can’t make bail, enduring terrible prison conditions where gangs and guards rule with brutal depravity.…
@DonaldGlover's "@AtlantaFX" tackles race, stereotypes, and policing against the backdrop of a Southern urban environment filled with vibrant characters.…
At a time when America is examining its troubled treatment of African Americans, "@blackishabc" provides model discussions of what it means to be black in this country.…
"Arrested at School: Criminalizing Classroom Misbehavior" from @NBCBayArea rigorously examined a local school district that overly relied on police to discipline students, especially people of color.…
Months after #FreddyGray's death in police custody, the @MSNBC report "Back to Baltimore" from @ChrislHayes takes a deeper look into the root causes and long history of racial tension in the city.…
"True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight for Equality" profiles his work seeking justice for death row inmates through @eji_org. The @HBO documentary amounts to a searing indictment of the U.S. criminal justice system and its history of racism.…
The "70 Million" podcast (@70MillionPod) from @LanWilCo spotlights criminal justice reform, crossing the country to document the impact of local jails on people and communities.…
"16 Shots" is a moving, impressively comprehensive @Showtime documentary from director Rick Rowley that forensically examines the killing of 17-year-old #LaquanMcDonald by Chicago police.…
Remember #CurtisFlowers? The podcast "@InTheDarkAPM" from @APMReports explores his troubling story of injustice, ultimately uncovering a weak case bolstered by a pattern of discriminatory jury selection that ended up in front the Supreme Court.…
For more Peabody winners and nominees that address issues around Race and Criminal Justice, visit:…
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